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An evening in Dallas?

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I'll be in Dallas in early December for a work conference and am debating some possible options for an evening. The conference is at a downtown hotel.

I'll get in Sunday and will really only have Tuesday evening free (leaving Wednesday afternoon). Assuming I don't find a group at the conference to hang out with, some light shopping could be fun (I'm a small town girl, big city shopping is interesting just for the sales racks if nothing else!)

Options:
- Walk to Neiman Marcus downtown (I assume a stroll down Akard street is safe in the evenings?)
- Take a taxi up to NorthPark (Galleria is definitely out of my budget)
- Other?

Any ideas for how to spend an evening (I'm not much of a foodie and don't like the bar scene) in Dallas would be much appreciated! :)

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